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Scholarly Credentials Toolkit for TCNJ Faculty: Abstracting and Indexing Databases

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Article Impact: Abstracting & Indexing Databases

Several of the humanities abstracting and indexing databases offer formal cited reference searches. Others with "full text" searches can sometimes be made to mimic such a function. The large number of journals indexed by abstracting and indexing databases mean that even a simple author search can broadly determine quantity, if not quality, of scholarly output within a discipline. Such databases can be used to confirm partial or suspect article citations and/or create a bibliography of journal articles written by the author. Cited reference searches are available in several Ebsco databases but not if searching the databases simultaneously.

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